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Most insured, eligible patients pay $0 for their prescription for FABIOR Foam.
Are you an adult with acne?
Just because you’re an adult doesn’t mean you can’t get acne.
Be good to your skin
Taking care of your skin can help reduce breakouts. Six things you can do to be good to your skin are:
1. Wash your face twice a day
You can’t scrub acne off, so be gentle. Wash your face morning and night using a mild cleanser and lukewarm water. Then, gently pat your face dry.
2. Keep your hands off!
It may be hard to resist, but don’t pick at or pop your pimples. This may make your acne worse, and it may even lead to permanent scarring.
3. Shave carefully
Shaving can irritate acne, so shave lightly—and only when it’s necessary. Be sure to soften your stubble with warm water first, and use a shaving product labeled noncomedogenic. This means it won’t clog your pores.
4. Shop carefully
Many soaps, skin-care products, and makeup contain ingredients that can either cause acne or make it worse. Look for products labeled noncomedogenic or nonacnegenic, which means they won’t clog your pores. This is especially important when choosing a moisturizer. An acne-sensitive moisturizer can help with excessive dryness, which is a common side effect of many acne treatments. Talk to your doctor about which skin-care products are best for your skin.
5. Stay out of the sun
Many acne medicines cause sun sensitivity, which means you’re more likely to burn. Stay in the shade as much as you can, and if you have to be outdoors, always use a noncomedogenic sunscreen.
6. Talk with your doctor
Acne is a treatable skin condition—not just part of being a teenager. If you have not already done so, consider visiting a dermatologist (a doctor who specializes in treating skin disorders). Talk with your doctor about whether you could benefit from a prescription treatment like FABIOR Foam. Learn More.